Daniels called recipient of 2014 John W.

Webb Lecture Award. The Webb Award honors health-program pharmacy practitioners or educators who stand aside because of their extraordinary dedication to fostering excellence in pharmacy administration and leadership. ‘This prestigious award reflects Dr. Daniels worldwide recognition as a innovator in expanding pharmacy procedures and academic development in health systems to boost patient care,’ stated James H. McKerrow, MD, PhD, dean of the UC NORTH PARK Skaggs School of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacy Sciences. ‘Throughout his profession, Dr. Daniels has centered on solving conditions that confront health system pharmacists regularly, including medication basic safety, cost-effective use of medications, and increased performance of health-system procedures.’ Daniels is pharmacist-in-chief for UC NORTH PARK Health Program and professor of medical pharmacy and associate dean at UC NORTH PARK Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.Related StoriesBrown University researchers describe new method to test HIV mutationsDespite reduced HIV/AIDS deaths, disease still persists in South AfricaPitt Open public Health launches research to promote health among aging gay and bisexual guys with HIV’I am delighted that Calypte has been acknowledged by this program for getting the potential to considerably improve HIV tests and early analysis,’ said Adel Karas, CEO and Chairman of Calypte. A innovator in HIV diagnostics, Calypte intends to bring to the US market a rapid test for HIV-1/2 using oral fluid instead of blood.S. Home of Representatives.’.

Chromium helps muscles are more efficient A new research published in February’s Journal of Nutrition reports chromium prompts muscles to be more efficient.